Namdeo Dhasal, poet of world class, activist for down troddens, political leader, political thinker, a vast canvas and this is not a short time span. From a boy in a village in his early childhood to the mumbai metro's most turbulent years, his upbringing and youth, thrived on the harsh and naked reality, of mumbai's kamathipura, not just a red light area, but india's crucible of cultures migrated just to" exist",  life took him from a village migrant labour's son
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Bahdoli near Palghar is home to 1000 - 1200 jamun trees that bear fruits that are rarely found in markets of Mumbai. Generally a jamun weighs around 10 - 12gms each but these jamuns weigh almost 23gms and are the tastiest jamuns one can come across.
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Prabho Shivaji Raja is an animation movie with a difference. This animated historical drama, based on the life and times of the legendary Maratha warrior, Shivaji Bhosale is an ode to the king who through his military genius took on the might of the Moghuls and freed his land from their tyrannical rule of more than 350 years.
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Depicting realistic stories around got him a National Award. Nagraj Manjule, a director hailing from the interiors of Maharashtra, from a small community called the Wadar in a small village Jeur in Solapur district, Manjule’s story of success is sudden but not surprising. Manjule was completely new to the world of cinema when his first experimental movie ‘Pistulya’ received the
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‘Gowardhan’, founded by Parag Milk Foods Pvt. Ltd. in 1992, is one of India’s largest private dairies. Devendra Shah, the entrepreneurial mind behind Parag Milk Foods, plans to take the Indian cheese and curds market way ahead
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Earth was cooling until the end of the 19th century and a hundred years later, the planet's surface was on average warmer than at any time in the previous 1,400 years, according to climate records presented on Sunday.
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The state of Maharashtra is reeling under a spell of severe drought and it is in this situation that a family from Aurangabad - one of the cities that is facing the worst drought till date - has found a way around the crisis - a special report by our Aurangabad bureau chief Vivek Rajurkar. 
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As the festival of Holi approaches, tribes in Mokhada region of Thane district are busy colouring and giving last minute touch-ups to huge masks. Masks made up of paper mache and having mythological significance are one of the most important aspects of tribal Holi celebrations. 
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Every year, 23 March is celebrated as World Meteorological Day (WMD) by the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) and the meteorological community worldwide. A new theme is observed for each different year on World Meteorological Day.
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Ever wondered what use a see-saw would be of other than as a means to recreation activity for children?
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